Unboxing: Ruger 10/22 barrel thread adapters

Unboxing: Ruger 10/22 barrel thread adapters

Hey everybody, Rob Rosenberger here for
Mostly22LR. I got a package [of items I ordered] from Infinite Product Solutions. They sell
some interesting products — some accessories, usually cleaning accessories and suppressor
accessories, for .22LR enthusiasts like myself, [plus] .223, .308, a few others. But this
is the package that it came in. I like this package because, frankly, it’s a– It’s very [inexpensive]. I ordered about $60
worth of material and I only paid like $3 total in shipping. So let’s go ahead and cut
this open. (I’ve already looked [through the envelope in direct sunlight] to make sure
I’m not cutting anything. There we go.) And let’s see what we’ve got.
Let’s see what all of this looks like. We’ve got a couple of things here. We’ve got
a [padded] package — this is basically, that’s it for that. Infinite Product Solutions.
So, we have four items in here. Let’s see what we’ve got here. We’ve got– Nice card right here. “Infinite Product
Solutions, 951-220-7948, or just go to InfiniteProductSolutions.com.” I like these
guys a lot. I’ll be doing some reviews of these products we have here. So, let’s
take a look at the four items that I have. And this first one here is a thread protector.
We’ll be looking at this for the Chiappa “Little Badger.” Nice little thread protector right
there. We’ve got a (let’s see, ah, there it is)– We’ve got a little bitty, that’s a “set screw”
I think. A set screw replacement. This is a brass set screw for these bad boys right
here. One of these is a [Ruger] 10/22 to 3/4″ by 16 TPI black aluminum [adapter], and the
other one is a [Ruger] 10/22 to 1/2″ by 28 TPI black [aluminum adapter]. So, that’d be
this one right here. And what this is– This one right here (let’s move this one off
to the side) is a thread installer for a smooth barrel at the muzzle for your [Ruger] 10/22.
I’ve got a 10/22 in my collection right now for a different purpose, but we’re going to
go ahead and take a look and see how this works. And this should work out pretty well.
I should be able to put my suppressor right on board that 10/22 and shoot very nicely.
And then this right here is a “solvent trap adapter” for the Ruger 10/22. So, I’ll be
able to put the threads onto here on that smooth barrel, and then I’ll be able to load
that oil filter right on the end here, and I’ll be able to clean this [rifle]. Now, I’m
not exactly sure how I’m going to clean it with the oil filter up in the front. Normally
I would just use a functional cleaning method: I would use a bore snake to run it through.
But we’ll see. If I were to use the Hoppes foaming bore cleaner, this would be a really
useful tool. So, we’ll probably end up doing that to that Ruger 10/22 just to see how this
works out. So, that’s the four items that I got here. That set screw. The 1/2″ by 28
TPI adapter for my suppressor. I’ve got the thread protector for the Chiappa “Little
Badger.” And then I’ve got this, to put the oil filter on top of the Ruger 10/22. So,
we’ll go ahead and do a quick review on those in a future video.
But until then, I’m Rob Rosenberger for
Mostly22LR. And remember: .22LR is real ammunition.
Treat it as such.

25 thoughts on “Unboxing: Ruger 10/22 barrel thread adapters

  1. mostly .22lr. you got a great system with the solvent trap. myself and both my son and daughter love to shoot 22's together as a family.on a 10/22 unless you drill a hole in the back of our receivers which i don't want to do.its a pain in the butt.lol  question which adp. do we need for the stock barrels on the 10/22 to screw on a oil filter so the oil doesn't get all over the floor? we have 3- 10/22's with S.S. stock bbl.'s not bull bbl.'s.thank you. oh, i tried the balloon trick and works ok on the bigger calibers. thanks again!

  2. Set screws always work themselves loose. Not a problem if you're using this as a solvent trap adapter, but would be a big problem if you are planning to use this to mount a suppressor. Then there's the dimple it will put in the barrel when you tighten it down.

  3. I liked how you took the time to cover your personal info with tape on the package and then clearly showed everything on the invoice. I gave you a thumbs up.

  4. I wonder if they would do the same thing for the ruger m77 / 44 magnum loaded with 355 grains lead projectiles and trailboss. only pushing 950 fps @7000 psi ?

  5. So you have just told the ATF that you have purchased an unregistered adapter for a suppressor. I don't think this is a very smart video

  6. These will also fit Marlin 795. But you have to file the front sight base narrower. But the sight is aluminum and easy to file.

  7. Why do people make videos like this? Basically telling us you got stuff in the mail and talk about the packaging.SMH.

  8. Packaging…. before opening blow air into bag end, lay bag on table, and slap down openhanded. Air rush pops side seam open, remove contents, little glue seals bag seam. Complain that bag was empty. Happened to me, arrived empty.

  9. I hope this guy who made this video gets hiv.for not knowing how to make a proper video dumb fuck we don’t care about ur dumbass words just show us the adapter on the fucking gun dumbass and ur solvent trap is a silencer u made with out paying ur tax stamp who cares there’s been about 1,000,000 sold already the government already fucked up we strapped a s a society unlike this stupid trump fan we all know wats up with these silencers for $15 on eBay haha

  10. A waste of time. How about 20 seconds showing it and then putting it on and then the functioning with it. You're setting up the sequel?

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